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      Welcome to White River Watershed Partnership's website!  Travel around this site to learn about who we are, what we do, why we do it, and how you can get involved.  This is the place to learn about the Watershed, from its headwaters deep in Newago County to the mouth of White Lake, and on to the end of its journey into Lake Michigan.  Discover more about this remarkable, precious natural resource, and what you can do to preserve, protect and enjoy it!

Wondering why the Watershed is important?  Take a look!

copy59_Main Branch at Taylor Landing
  • copy59_Main Branch at Taylor Landing
  • Spring 2017-11
  • Red Breasted Merganser
  • Brayton x 200th Ave winter 2017
  • Spring 2017-18
  • Blue Flag Iris
  • Red Shouldered hawk
  • Spring 2017-9 (2)
  • Spring 2017-16
  • Spring 2017-8
  • Main Br above Taylor Bridge - 2
  • Spring 2017-10
  • Barred owl
  • White Winged Scoter
  • Spring 2017-4
  • Spring 2017-22
  • Whitetailbuck
  • Main Br above Taylor Bridge winter 2017
  • Spring 2017-13
  • Muskrat
  • Spring 2017-21
  • Giant Swallowtail
  • Queen snake
  • Wild turkey
  • Pink Lady Slippers
  • copy13_WRWP web photo (2)
  • Spring Flooding Cobmoosa Creek
  • Mourning cloak

                          We Rely On Donations From People Like You
     The Partnership's work on behalf of the White River Watershed is made possible in large part by donations from people such as you; those who recognize the importance of protecting our local ecology and safeguarding the health of the watershed for human and aquatic life for coming generations.
     We depend on donations to support our spring and autumn stream monitoring, assessment of Road Stream Crossing, and sponsor and promote events
to educate the public about issues related to the health of our water resources.  WRWP also relies entirely on volunteer efforts to maintain the health of the watershed.
     Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to our efforts.  Think of it as a gift to your offspring, a chance to pay it forward.  Click the DONATE button below to make a secure donation through PayPal or your credit / debit card.
     You can also send a donation to the White River Watershed Partnership Endowment Fund, at either Fremont Area Community Foundation or Community Foundation of Muskegon County.             
                          FACF                                     CFMC
                          4424 W. 48th St.                   4258 W. Western Ave.
                          P.O. Box B                             Suite 200 
                          Fremont, MI  49412                Muskegon, MI  49440

    Join Our Monthly Meetings

      WRWP Board of Directors meet monthly on the fourth Thursday,
        in the lower level of the
USDA-Natural Resources Conservation
        Service building at 940 W. Rex St., Fremont, MI. 
        Meetings begin at 6 p.m. and are open to the public. 

                                                                                        September 27, 2018                                                                                            
          October 25, 2018             
December 13, 2018                                                                                                  

Quarterly Newsletters

    The Partnership publishes quarterly newsletters highlighting our activities, sharing our achievements or asking for your help for any one of our volunteer-driven events.  Click on any of the links below to see what we've been up to.

    Click the White River Light Station for real-time views of White Lake Channel and Lake Michigan. The webcam is maintained courtesy of White Lake Association.

    Don't head out to swim, fish or boat before checking the forecast! Click on the sailboat for instant access to weather conditions at the White River Light Station.

    You can learn the water levels on the lower White, just above Whitehall, by clicking on the ruler.  This service is courtesy of US Geological Service.

Attached lamprey
Attached lamprey

  Click the photo above to access information about aquatic invasive species throughout the watershed.